Monday, November 25, 2013

Alice's Christmas Chocolate Fudge

 
Alice is known for making large quantities of delicious chocolate fudge
at Christmas for family and friends! 
Alice’s Chocolate Fudge
2 sticks of butter
6 cups of sugar
1 can of evaporated milk 12 oz.
1 pkg. Baker's unsweetened baking chocolate 8 squares (melt in microwave)
1 bag chocolate chips
1 tsp. vanilla
1 13oz. jar marshmallow cream
In a large heavy pan put sugar, butter, and evaporated milk. On med. heat bring to a full rolling
boil, stirring constantly (can scorch or burn easy). Boil for 4min. or until candy
 thermometer reaches 234 degrees F. Remove from heat.
Add-- chocolate, stir until all melted. Then add marshmallow cream, and vanilla.
Line a 13x9 cake pan with aluminum foil. When chocolate is stiff pour in pan, let set until room temperature or chill in refrigerator.
Note:  It's not easy to make foods look like Christmas when you prepare them in August.  Patty added a sprinkle of crushed Starlight Mints to add a bit more color to our dessert plate. 

Link to the November issue of
Kentucky Living Magazine

4 comments:

Sylvia said...

Yummy!! They look so good. I love this time of year when I don't feel as guilty making so much sweets. I well spend Wednesday making mine. My granddaughter is coming to help me and she loves to bake.

Joy said...

This looks like the fudge one of my cousins used to make - I know hers used marshmallow cream, and was it ever delicious! It was a Christmas tradition for many years, maybe I should try to revive it this year. Thanks!

Marilyn said...

Sounds so very good.

Angela McRae said...

I've never thought of decorating my fudge. Neat idea!

 

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